58 Annual Spring Wild Flower Pilgrimage

Better Late than Never...
This year the 58th Annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage is April 23-27, 2008. This 5 day Pilgrimage celebrates the beauty of wildlife with a large array of wildflower’s. Take walks, go on motorcades, do art classes, take seminars or take photos while doing a tour. Come to Gatlinburg TN to see all the beautiful wildflowers as they grow in the protected wildlife habitat. Most all the programs take place outside at the Smoky Mountain National Park. The programs you have options of taking are morning, afternoon, evening or all day. They are all at different times and locations and all have different walking distance, trail difficulty and registration limits. There are indoor programs that will be held at the W.L. Mills Conference Center located in downtown Gatlinburg. You can sign up in advance for all these exciting programs or you can wait until you get to Gatlinburg to decide if you really want to go. On site registration will be held at the W.L. Mill Conference Center. To see a list of all the programs that are being offered at this years Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage go to www.springwildflowerpilgrimage.org. Also on that website will be a place for online registration and the phone number to call if you prefer to make reservations online.
Make sure to have transportation to the Conference Center because if you miss your chosen program no refunds will be issued. However, all funds do go towards the Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage expenses. Drive your car to downtown and park near the Convention Center and take the trolley to trailheads where your presentation begins. If you do choose to drive your own car to the trailheads please be advised that there is limited parking available. Cabins For You does offer several cabins that can sleep anywhere from 1 to 32 people that are walking distance to downtown Gatlinburg TN so you could leave your car at the cabin and walk to the Conference Center. Grab a group of friends to split the cost and everyone go on down to celebrate with the 58th Annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage.